Ubuntu Installation :: Mouse Not Working In Hyper-V?
Jan 23, 2010
I'm brand new to Ubuntu (or any flavor of Unix/Linux, for that matter). I installed it (9.10) into a VM in Hyper-V with aplomb. However, the mouse isn't working, so I'm getting good at using the keyboard shortcuts right off the bat.Anyhoo, I'd like to get the mouse working. I downloaded Hyper-V for Linux 1.0 (integration components), but I can't seem to get it installed. I attach to the ISO from my VM and the CD shows up in Ubuntu, but then what? I tried running the setup.pl file, but nothing seemed to happen and my mouse still isn't working.
1. problem For the first i have read on the hyper-v sites that debian is not supported: [URL] but other hand i had found information on the internet that debian will still work. [url]
2. Problem When installed debian on the virtual server it asked for a Network Connectivity Hardware and my network card was not found on the list and i have alredy my debian install img file selected sow how do select the supported exe file for my network card in hyper v if i have alredy mounted my iso file?
3. and my biggest problem My biggest problem is that i can't use my mouse in hyper v the error text is(se picted bellow)
i have experiemented different way to install Linux Integration Components 2.6.32 and had no luck intstalling sow my question is that becuse hyper v is not supporting debian that's why it's not working? Should i search for a another virtual server software? anybody can recomened a good virtualization software running on windows server 2008 r2?
I have install fedora11 live and the mouse work well when installing.When you reboot the mouse works ok until the welcome screen apears then the mouse stops working and I cannot continue with the postinstall. I have a 1TB usb externalHD that I am installing fedora11 and have partitioned it so that I have 500Gb free for fedora, system is doucore 2.4,4gb RAm, I tryed doing this with three differend mice and connectting the mouse to different usb ports
2day morning itself i m downloaded 10.04.1 (32-bit Desktop) and when trying to install first it was stopped at timezone selection phase and no reaction Forward button disabled (at this time keyboard and mouse r worked) after words when i m trying to install again keyboard and mouse r struck. Same thing happed when i trying to install 10.04 version.
i have installed ubuntu 9.01 in my i3 processor system without any partition.i hope its installed properly.now when i try to boot it.It show me the main screen with main menu bar,but cursor is struck up.i can not move the cursor.i have installed ubuntu thrice but the same problem continues
I had an ill-advised upgrade from Ubuntu 9.10 to 10.04 (due to needing to beta-test a particular program). My gut told me that I shouldn't do it, but I went ahead and did it anyway. The problem that makes this worse is that I have an ATI Radeon HD 3650, and ATI hates Linux. So upon booting into 10.04 I ended up with no screen. It took a lot of futzing around in the terminal to get things going (including making an xorg.conf file). Installing the ATI proprietary drivers (Catalyst) was an epic failure. Trying to make "radeon" the driver? Epic failure, resulted in a completely unbootable system.
To at least get the system to boot, I deleted xorg.conf (since 10.04 allegedly will discover devices automatically without it) and played around with options in GRUB. Please see my attached menu.lst; that should be my only configuration. The other issue at this point is that my only working driver (that I can find anyway) is vesa. Unfortunately, when using Vesa, my mouse wants to scroll everything down and to the right. This means that if I open any window that has a scrollbar, it will move such so that the scrollbars are to the other end. This makes it all but impossible to make things work.
To make matters worse, now my WINE (specifically, Irfanview) cannot view GIFs. But at least I have a workaround (FTP) to get things to where I can work on them.) At this point I'd be satisfied if I could just get the mouse to stop messing up. I accidentally made it work at one point but I can't retrace the switches I set to make it so. I've tried setting a basic xorg.conf, an ATI-generated xorg.conf, and now no xorg.conf.
I installed Fedora 15 on Hyper-V (Windows host). I installed to disk, rebooted. Now I'm off to installing the Integration services, but I've got a few problems: 1) Since it is not yet installed, it looks like the network is not functional. 2) From what I can see, I need to have a couple of things installed beforehand (GCC amoung other things)
The problem is that when I did this previously with Virtualbox, I was able to install the pre-requisites with yum. Now this won't work as I have no network. I can't use VirtualBox here at work as we have everything else running under Hyper-V so have no choice but to go this way (VB and HV can't live together on the same host). it's just so much harder to go through this installation with Hyper-V.
Before I upgraded, I used Ubuntu 9.04 on my Playstation 3. It worked absolutely fine. A couple of days back, I decided to upgrade to ubuntu 9.10 using the update manager. The installation process seemed to go fine, until I booted up the new version. When I booted up, my mouse cursor wouldn't move, whilst my keyboard worked fine, I unplugged and plugged it back in and swapped USB ports, but it came to no use. I reinstalled Jaunty and tried the entire installation process again. After installing the new version again, the same problem occured, my mouse just wouldn't work.
When I type in the command 'uname -a' it comes up with something (I apologize, I am a Linux noob) to do with the 2.6.24 Linux kernel, Ubuntu 9.10 is on the 2.6.31 kernel. Is this the problem? I don't understand what is going on or what the solution is. My mouse is a HP optical mouse if that helps. I can't bring up the terminal window because my mouse just doesn't work, which is really annoying me.
System was running fine under 8.04 but decided to update. The live CD works fine but after install, the Mouse and Keyboard stop working under 9.10. Even the keyboard power button is off. Disconnecting and reconnecting the keyboard or the mouse does not . AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ PS/2 Keyboard and PS/2 mouse
Everything else seems OK but how would I know without the keyboard or mouse. The keyboard turns off right before the first Ubuntu screen. The Numlock will go off and then nothing. Tried to run dpkg - fix broken packages after booting to repair. All I get is fail to fetch http: (whatever )Could not resolve us.archive.ubuntu.com. Update: Alt-F3 ... then Booting to terminal mode does not disable the keyboard.
I upgraded to 10.10 from 10.04 few weeks ago. Everything was working fine until today when I did a partial upgrade and it removed some of the lib files. Now my usb mouse and keyboard is not working. I can move the mouse around but can't click ( left or right ). I have nvidia graphics card. I tried running it under safe graphics mode and when I do that everything works fine except for the compiz obviously. I have tried reinstalling nvidia driver to see if that would make a difference but that didn't work either. I am not sure which lib files did ubuntu removed. I have searched everywhere to find a solution on the web and the only thing I think it might b iz my xconf file iz messed up. I really don't want to reinstall the whole OS and loose all my apps.
I am using 10.10, yesterday I did an upgrade using update manager. After restart, booting stops at login screen, keyboard and mouse is not working. I tried login into recovery mode as well as previous kernel versions nothing is working. I tried to login into single user mode even that is also not working.
I have Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop Edition i386 version. It was recently working fine until i installed few updates that showed in Update Manager about total size of 200Mb. During the installation BUG USB (blue screen) error comes and laptop restarted. Now i restarted the laptop and from now my mouse and the keyboard not working. I am not able to even login to the system. Not working now anything.. Details: I am running Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop i386 on VMWare Workstation on Windows Vista.
I'm having an issue installing Fedora 11. The install goes fine, but after restarting (when I get to the initial configuration screen) my keyboard and mouse don't work. I can boot into the Live CD without issue. My boot.log file is below:
boot.log: Code: Welcome to Fedora Press 'I' to enter interactive startup. Starting udev: [OK] Setting hostname Ste-PC: [OK] mdadm: failed to add /dev/sda1 to /dev/md/imsm0: No such device or address mdadm: Container /dev/md/imsm0 has been assembled with 2 drives mdadm: Started /dev/md126 with 2 devices .....
HAL is failing to start, could that be the issue? If so, how should I go about fixing it?
I am trying to install Debian Lenny via Hyper-V. I get to the point where it asks for the network card. For some reason it can not find my network card. I have a RealTek (RTL8112L PCIe Gigabit LAN controller featuring AI NET 2 built on motherboard).
For some reason it doesn't see it. My issue is if I continue without the network how am I getting the drivers? Unfortunately Hyper-V doesn't support USB. I guess I can try to burn to CD but not looking to waste a cd for 480k and not sure that will work as I only see a auto.sh and a couple other files under scr directory. If anyone has any ideas please let me know. This is a fairly new Motherboard/NIC so I do not understand why it isn't recognized. I know it cant have everything but Realtek is a fairly common nic.
I use a Kensington Wireless Netbook Mouse.It has worked well in Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04.For some reason in 10.10 it works, but every now and again it sticks for a second or two. Sometimes the left button stops working.If I pull out the dongle for the mouse and put it back in my mouse works fine.
I installed 10.04 on a Hyper-V virtual machine and a few hours later discovered that the server was unusually sluggish. Top revealed that ksoftirqd was sucking up around 97% CPU. Reading up on the issue focused on earlier kernel issues, which I knew didn't apply to 10.04. I eventually discovered that I set two CPU cores in Hyper-V. Decreasing this to just one CPU solved the issue.
I have an asus 1215b laptop. For some reason, when I plug my mouse into any of the USB 2.0 ports it doesnt work. However, these same ports work perfectly to coppy files onto pendrives or external hdd. However, the USB 3.0 works perfectly for everything. The last thing I expected was the newer 3.0 to work and not the older 2.0. btw, my mouse is a generic, brandless laser mouse (it is an inhouse brand of PC CITY stores: PC LINE). I have never had any problems with it before.
Trying to install 10.10 netbook edition on my MSI U230 netbook from a USB drive. Keep getting the error "hyper transport sync flood error occurred on last boot" Press F1 to Resume. F1 causes just a reboot and the same thing happens. Anyone seen this error? It happens with both the netbook and desktop version.
Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition, hyper-v install Windows 2003 R2 for normal Internet use.hyper-v no Internet access after installing ubuntu10.10 64bit is the use of the legacy network adapter, whether or static MAC address and MAC address spoofing is not the Internet,ubuntu network card settings should be no problem.?
I have a virtual machine that was running Ubuntu Server 9.10 under Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 R2 and the performace was acceptable. I run it in text mode with no X windows. I use it for LAMP. I upgraded to 10.04 and now the console is almost unusable it is sooo slow. It starts booting and text is painting fast and then something happens to the video. The screen goes to green, draws a few vertical lines, then clears back to a black screen but you can tell it is in a new video mode and the rest of the boot process and logging in and using the system is horrible because scrolling and redrawing of the screen crawls. Never had this problem in 9.10.
I'm sure that it is a "flipping from a text to a graphic text mode" issue at some point during the boot process. I've tried playing with kernel options (vga and nomodeset) but neither helps. When it gets about half way through the boot, something is making it change and then I'm screwed.Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I enabled ssh and I can ssh in with no problem. Performance is great so it is definitely the console now being in a "graphics mode" kind of issue.